Everywhere I go in Okinawa there seems to be a lot of love for the humble potato. I've seen it as giant statues on the street, ready-cooked snacks in Lawson and always in the middle of bread. So why does Okinawa love the potato so much?
Japan and nature
Japanese traditions, such as bonsai and cherry blossom festivals, highlight a deep respect for the gifts of nature. What does it all mean and how can we take part?